Blue Avenger and the Theory of Everything

Blue Avenger and the Theory of Everything When David Schumacher a year old high school junior from California decides to change his name to Blue Avenger after a comic book superhero he draws his whole life takes on amazing new dimensio

  • Title: Blue Avenger and the Theory of Everything
  • Author: Norma Howe
  • ISBN: 9780812626544
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When David Schumacher, a 16 year old high school junior from California, decides to change his name to Blue Avenger after a comic book superhero he draws , his whole life takes on amazing new dimensions No longer the shy and studious David, Blue sets out to right society s wrongs, defend the underdog, and in this third book in the popular series, rescue his true love, OmWhen David Schumacher, a 16 year old high school junior from California, decides to change his name to Blue Avenger after a comic book superhero he draws , his whole life takes on amazing new dimensions No longer the shy and studious David, Blue sets out to right society s wrongs, defend the underdog, and in this third book in the popular series, rescue his true love, Omaha Nebraska Brown, from eviction a fate that would spell certain separation for Blue and Omaha When a multimillionaire appears and tempts Blue to use his cryptographic capabilities to invent an off color license plate and fool the prudish censor, will he take the bait Underlying all the fun is the mysterious question Is Blue a real live boy from Oakland or has he become the comic book superhero he created

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    About “Norma Howe

    • Norma Howe

      I was born in east San Jose, California, the daughter of a railroad man and an Italian immigrant I have two brothers, one older and one younger As a youngster I did well in school, but probably not as well as I could have I got my first paying job at age ten, which was summertime work picking prunes and cutting apricots with my older brother in the orchards not far from our home We were fortunate, however, because we were allowed to keep the money we earned, while some of the other children were obliged to give it to their parents to help support their families Later, as a teenager and young adult, I held several different jobs, including cannery work, soda jerking, and answering phones in the circulation department of the San Jose Evening News, giving lame excuses to irate customers for missing, late, or rain soaked papers As for my soda jerking days, well, my extra thick chocolate milkshakes are legendary.One guy who really liked thick chocolate shakes was high school classmate Bob Howe We were married while attending San Jose State University, where I earned a BA degree in English After Bob received his teaching credential, we moved to San Bernardino, California, where he began teaching at San Bernardino High School while I stayed home with the children, as our family had begun to grow I began writing and selling confession stories on a somewhat sparse but regular basis to magazines such as True Story and Modern Romances, promising myself I would try something serious as soon as the children were older and the house became less chaotic But for the time being, a part time evening job at a telephone answering service was a welcome respite We moved from San Bernardino to Sacramento when Bob took a position with the California State Department of Education His book, Data Processing For Educators with Alvin Grossman , was published soon after that.My husband and I made our first trip to Europe in the fall of 1981 We had such a great time roaming around Europe with our backpacks and Eurail Pass, we try to go back whenever we can.

    275 thoughts on “Blue Avenger and the Theory of Everything

    • The Theory of Everything is the third of the Blue Avenger series. Ms. Howe returns to examining the debate between predetermination and free will, although it doesn't appear to be much more than a surface discussion. It climaxes as a decision that our hero must make, but is he really making the decision or following his genetic make-up? By the time it comes up, we really don't care. And seriously, a work of fiction is an ironic place to be analyzing the these theories in the first place: turn to [...]


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